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== Precise got an update to 9.000 ! ==
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'''Package:''' fglrx-updates
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Latest revision as of 04:28, 3 February 2013

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If you require help with installing the AMD fglrx driver, please consider a web forum or mailing list.

Could you guys change the font for command line examples? It's very hard to differentiate between letter L and number 1 That's why you copy and paste to ensure command correctness ;) --Dtl131 23:33, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

This page needs some formatting help, but I'm out of time tonight. --Dtl131 23:33, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

creating deb packages error[edit]

Since 12.11 resp. 13.1 creating deb package gives an error. The reason for the error is a typo in the rules file of the driver. Here is a possible solution done on Ubuntu 12.04. For other distro versions go to the corresponding folder of the extracted driver (see below):

Go to the directory where you downloaded the driver. Extract the driver to e.g. "~/AMD_v13.1" directory

$sudo sh ./amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13.1-beta11-x86.x86_64.run --extract ~/AMD_v13.1

Go to the directory AMD_v13.1

 cd ~/AMD_v13.1

Go to the directory of your Ubuntu distro with the "rules" file and make a copy. Here for Ubuntu 12.04 precise.

$ cd packages/Ubuntu/dists/precise
$ sudo cp rules rules.bak

Open "rules" with writing privileges, e.g.

sudo gedit rules

Look for the line number 242 (or for the line which reads "dh_install -p$(PKG_driver) "arch/x86_64/usr/share/ati/lib" "$(datadir)/ati". Change the entry of that line from "...arch/x86_64/usr..." to ".../arch/x86/usr...". Save the file and build the packages (this will place the packages in the parent directory)

$ cd ~/AMD_v13.1
$./amd-installer.sh 9000 --buildpkg Ubuntu/precise

Precise got an update to 9.000 ![edit]

Package: fglrx-updates Versions: 2:9.000-0ubuntu0.1 (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_precise-updates_restricted_binary-amd64_Packages) (/var/lib/dpkg/status)